Alumni Association Scholarship Funds
Today, on Georgia State Day, we ask that you join more than 260,000 Panther graduates worldwide in making a difference in the lives of both alumni and students. Your donation to one of the Alumni Association Scholarship funds will enable the Georgia State Alumni Association to help more students achieve their educational goals. Since the scholarship endowment began 8 years ago, the Alumni Association has granted $456,963 to deserving Georgia State students.
Alumni Association Scholarship Endowment Fund
Provides funds to students in one of ten scholarships that the Alumni Association sponsors. Contributions to the scholarship endowment fund ensure that the Alumni Association is able to continue supporting Georgia State students in areas that demonstrate the most need. Students must have demonstrated unmet financial needs.
Alumni Association Scholarship for Children of GSU Faculty and Staff
Provides scholarships to children of currently employed faculty or staff members at Georgia State University. The student must be in good academic standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA in their undergraduate degree. Children of Scholarship Selection Committee members and children of current Alumni Office staff members are not eligible to receive this scholarship. Students must have demonstrated unmet financial needs.
Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship
Provides scholarships to students who are the child, stepchild or grandchild of a Georgia State University graduate and have a current GPA of 3.0 or higher. Personal essay and Letter of Recommendation from Legacy relative required. Students must have demonstrated unmet financial needs.
Alumni Association Scholarship for U.S. Military Veterans
Provides scholarships for US Military Veterans enrolled in good academic standing at Georgia State University. Students must have demonstrated unmet financial need and a minimum grade point average of 2.75. Students must have demonstrated unmet financial needs.
Panther Blazer Project
Provides a career blazer to juniors and seniors preparing to enter the workforce. The purpose of the project is to remove the financial barriers that prohibit students from purchasing high-quality professional attire needed for interviews, internships, and post-graduation employment. With 59 percent of Georgia State students being Pell-eligible (the average Pell-eligible household has an annual income of less than $30,000), the Panther Blazer Project will ensure that students in need have access to a critical article of clothing needed to transition from college to career.
Your contribution makes a difference in the lives of Georgia State students like Hannah. Imagine what we can achieve together!